Top Level Scores
The following categories are graded on a scale of 1 to 4.
Humana has a deep commitment to hiring Veterans and Military Spouses. We recognize that they're part of a distinct and highly skilled professional talent pool with a lot to offer our organization. We want to be an employment destination of choice for veterans, military spouses, and disabled veterans. In order to facilitate that desire, we continue to increase our efforts to create better experiences for those transitioning out of the military and into corporate America. We do this by providing a unique hands on approach to career coaching, advocacy, and on-boarding. Our goal is to bring veterans and military spouses into our Humana family for a solid career that is rewarding both to them and the people we serve on a daily basis.
We provide leaders and talent managers training on the value of the veteran/value of hiring veterans. We are currently developing an on-demand employee certification for anyone in Humana to better understand military culture and the unique challenges of active military members, veterans, military retirees, military spouses, and military family members. This training is specifically geared towards creating certified advocates. Our Humana Government business unit trains their associates on military culture and experience in order to ensure that we execute the TRICARE East contract with an understanding of those we serve.
military spouse recruitment and hiring
The veterans hiring initiative while named this way is an umbrella label for both veterans and military spouses. Military spouses are provided the same considerations/resources/assistance as veterans. We work with military spouse organizations such as MSEP and Blue Star Families to provide employment assistance and resources.
orientation training and onboarding
- New Employee Orientation
- New Employee Training
- On-boarding program
- Mentorship program
civilian credential support
We offer tuition assistance or other financial support toward the preparation, attainment, and/or maintaining of an academic or professional certificate, degree, or another civilian credentialService members are encouraged through tuition assistance programs and in house training to attain appropriate civilian credentials.
One of our senior leaders is a former Marine Corps Sergeant. He shares his experience regularly and is an informal advisor to our Veterans Network Resource Group. Another of our senior leaders is a former Army Captain and graduate of West Point who regularly advocates for those in the military community and is also an informal advisor to our Veterans Network Resource Group. Another of our senior leaders has a son in Special Forces. She is the executive co-sponsor for our Veterans Network Resource Group and provides guidance and support to our community as well as to the companies most senior leaders.